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Re: Scientists not convinced by CMOS develop Scientific-cmos
In reply to olliess, Jul 25, 2013

olliess wrote:

 After all, the main physical principle of both sensors types is the same: photons are received in a photosensitive area, which converts the photons to charges, and then the charges need to be counted.

OK here is something else to think about on the whole "color blind" argument.

Would you say black and white film is color blind? It only records either black or white just like the sensor under the bayer filter correct?

If you don't think B&W film is color blind, why should we assume a sensor is?

BTW I know various B&W films have different sensitivities to different colors even though they only record as B&W. I can't believe all imaging sensors under the bayer filter have the same spectral sensitivity.

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